More than 86,000 people had their power cut off as a result of the outages.
Thursday brought severe weather to Wisconsin, including a tornado that was “wrapped in rain” and storms that knocked out power to tens of thousands of people across the state.
power outage is a monitoring service that tracks the failure of various utilities.
According to statistics gathered in the United States, it was determined that more than 86,500 clients in the state do not have access to electricity.
The National Weather Service office in La Crosse, Wisconsin, posted an image of a tornado on Twitter to illustrate the fact that the storm was actually taking place.
On Wednesday afternoon, the National Weather Service issued watches and warnings for the possibility of tornadoes in the counties of Tomah and Juneau, as well as in the city of Mauston.